Arizona’s Trade and Competitiveness in the U.S.-Mexico Region
Articles, news, applied research and the latest data benchmarking important economic relationships between Arizona and Mexico made possible by generous support from the Arizona-Mexico Commission, Arizona Commerce Authority, Arizona Department of Transportation and Arizona Office of Tourism.
Accurate, current, and accessible data is key for Arizona-Mexico Commission partners and members - EBRC's Arizona-Mexico Economic Indicators site is the go-to source for information related to Arizona's trade with Mexico and trends at our border ports of entry.
Juan Ciscomani, Senior Advisor for Regional and International Affairs, Office of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey
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- Arizona Trade
- Border Crossings by Border Port of Entry
- Commodity Flows by Border Port of Entry
- Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)
Data are constantly updated. Users can examine historical trends, make relevant comparisons, and easily download the most current and historical data into standard formats for further analysis.
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AZMEX focuses on Arizona’s trade with Mexico, assessing the role of Arizona’s border ports of entry (BPOE) in the U.S.-Mexico border region, and monitoring key indicators of Mexico’s economy. Comparative data are provided for other U.S. border states, as well as other major border ports connecting the U.S. and Mexico, in order to gauge Arizona's competitiveness in the region. Special attention is given to the Mexican states of Sonora and Sinaloa, with which Arizona has developed strong economic ties. However, comparative statistics are provided for all border states, and the national economies of the United States and Mexico.